A festive Mexican marketplace, with gaudy decorations and souvenir stalls that scream ‘tourist trap,’ you can still find authentic...
The oldest surviving house in LA was built in 1818 by a wealthy ranchero and one-time LA mayor, and later became a boarding house and...
To see a restored 1800s-era kitchen and bedroom, visit the Sepulveda House and its visitor center.
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A sight notable for its rare rooftop mural called América Tropical by David Alfaro Siqueiros, one of Mexico’s great early-20th-century muralists. The 1932 work shows a crucified Native American in front of a Mayan pyramid and was so controversial that city fathers ordered it whitewashed immediately. The Getty Conservation Institute rehabilitated it.